Risk analysis of the spread of classical swine fever virus through "neighbourhood infections" for different regions in Belgium.

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Risk factors associated with the occurrence of “neighbourhood infections” [Epidemiology of classical swine fever. In: Truszczynski, M. (Ed.), Proceedings of the Workshop on Diagnostic Procedures and Measures to Control Classical Swine Fever in Domestic Pigs and the European Wild Boar. Pulaway, Poland, pp. 119-130] during classical swine fever (CSF) outbreaks were examined based on information collected during a CSF-epidemic, which occurred in the East Flanders Province of Belgium in 1994. The only risk factor that was associated with the occurrence of “neighbourhood infections” was a kernel…

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